Alyssum flowers

Add a touch of beauty and fragrance to your garden with Alyssum flowers. Discover how to grow and care for these delicate blooms and create a stunning floral display.
Sweet alyssum makes a colorful carpet of small flowers that you can use to cover your garden or landscape.Native to Europe, the low foliage grows rapidly and covers the ground with small, four-petaled, cross-shaped flowers within two months of sowing from seed.Easy to grow from plants or seeds, sweet alyssum is a cool-season flower that can be planted in early spring once all danger of frost has passed but can also be grown during fall and winter. Herbs, Ideas, Organic Gardening, Winter, Planting Flowers, Companion Planting, Potted Plants, Sowing, Alyssum Flowers

Sweet alyssum makes a colorful carpet of small flowers that you can use to cover your garden or landscape.Native to Europe, the low foliage grows rapidly and covers the ground with small, four-petaled, cross-shaped flowers within two months of sowing from seed.Easy to grow from plants or seeds, sweet alyssum is a cool-season flower that can be planted in early spring once all danger of frost has passed but can also be grown during fall and winter.

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Sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima) as a border in the back garden Planting Flowers, Plants, Flower Garden, Alyssum Flowers, Flower Bed Designs, Hardy Perennials, Botanical Gardens, Day Lilies, Garden Borders

Botanical media and picture library for professional garden photography. Sweet alyssum with the scientific name: Lobularia maritima, a species of the genus Lobularia in the family Brassicaceae.Other names: Sweet alisonSynonyms: Alyssum halimifolium, Alyssum maritimum, Alyssum minimum, Alyssum odoratum, Clypeola maritima, Draba maritima, Koniga maritima, Lepidium fragrans, Lobularia strigulosa, Ptilotrichum strigulosumMedia-ID: 110852

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Today was another sunny and cool day with lots of action at the Horticulture Center and out in the gardens. Pat M. went out for more serious pruning which involved some significant "ladder work". Kathy P. was out cutting back ornamental grasses and doing some general tidying. Vern came in for some carpentry work which included progress on his "giant rulers" (for the Jungle Garden). These will allow guests to track the increasing height of our tropicals in that space. Gena and Myrt continued…

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